African municipalities have proven to become more robust and financially sustainable.
EnTF announces the three top students, recognised by the Southern African Association for Energy-Efficiency (SAEE), who received the highest marks for their examinations during the 2012 year.
A joint partnership between Energy Cybernetics and SUNfarming in Germany has resulted in the launch of SUNCybernetics – small-, medium- and large-scale solar PV solution providers.
Frost & Sullivan identifies the mega trends that will shape the future of the South African economy.
Philips created the world’s most energy-efficient warm white LED lamp. The first LED lamp prototype, delivering 200 lumens per watt high-quality light, is halving the energy use compared to current LED lamps.
The South African Association for Energy-Efficiency is celebrating its 11th year of existence and continues to drive networking, information dissemination and awareness creation in energy-related matters.
ACTOM Power Transformers has won a prized transformers contract for a new Sentinel copper mine in Zambia.
Mpumalanga cane growers may soon have a new green charcoal product in retail shops made from sugar cane biomass, the Business Day recently reported.
Climate Investment Funds (CIF) has given North Africa and the Middle East the green light for a revised solar plan.